Steph Curry Frustrated With Kerr’s Decisions


Steph Curry struggled against the Cleveland Cavaliers on Sunday, but it wasn’t Curry’s shooting that had Warriors head coach Steve Kerr puzzled.

“I think he can be a little smarter, I think he can make better decisions, and that’ll help against anybody,” Steve Kerr told reporters after the Warriors’ fall-from-ahead loss, according to ESPN’s Chris Haynes. “But I’m not worried about him missing shots; I’m more worried about just decision-making and making sure that we’re where we need to be as a group.”

It almost took 20 minutes for Steph Curry to hit his first shot, and he finished with just 15 points on 4-of-11 shooting and 2-of-7 from 3-point range. But Kerr was more concerned with the Curry’s mind set and his carelessness, like throwing an unnecessary behind-the-back pass in the third quarter.

“A lot of (the turnovers) early was not even due to the pressure,” Kerr said. “It was more just decision-making. Around-the-back passes in the paint, silly plays. We just have to make simple plays, and we talk about that all the time, but we’ve got to make it more of a habit.”

“We had a chance to put them away, for sure,” Kerr added. “Too many turnovers. But we had control of the game and we did not execute at all in the fourth quarter. It was a great tape to look at. It will be quite valuable for us to look at that tape, because we know we let it slip away.”

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